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Name _______________________ Page 1 S09.ex3.p1 I. (28 points) B. A. (a) A mixture of exactly two different products forms in each of these reactions. For each reaction, draw both products clearly (showing stereochemistry when applicable) and describe the relationship between them. These products are _____________________ of each other H 2 Na low temperature CH 3 OH Cl 5 These products are _____________________ of each other 5 These products are _____________________ of each other 5 (b) (c) Pt O H 2 SO 4 ( cat. ) Complete the following reactions as directed. You may assume no rearrangements occur. Show only the major organic product(s) unless otherwise specified. If a product forms as a stereoisomeric mixture, draw one and write "+enantiomer" or "+diastereomer" in the box. 1) BH 3 2) H 2 O 2 /NaOH C 5 H 11 B (excess) major organic product(s) only 4 4 OsO 4 (excess) Draw connectivity only A racemic mixture A single unique compound A mixture of 2 diastereomers A mixture of 4 stereoisomers Both regioisomers and stereoisomers The product(s) form(s) as: (check all statements that apply, no partial credit) A mixture of 3 stereoisomers only achiral compound(s) form only chiral compound(s) form 5
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Name _______________________ Page 2 S09.ex3.p2 II. (30 points) A. a mixture of 2 diastereomers
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